I've written about both of these approaches, in Email Consolidation: How-To Collect Email From Other Accounts and Email Consolidation: How-To Forward Email to Other Accounts, respectively.In this article, I'd like to turn my attention to client-based email account consolidation.Domino runs on just about everything too: meaning that your consolidation options include servers running major Windows variants, z OS, Linux, Solaris, and even AIX.My hypothetical Sun pod, regular readers will recall, costs around 80K and includes the rack, oversize UPS, network gear, disk arrays, and at least one 16GB or larger T2000 processor.
So the more consolidation you've done in the cloud, the less you'll need to do (repeatedly) on the client.
Using this method the email management and access is kept completely separate..
If the email accounts are from different email providers then you can open all mailboxes at the same time, each in a separate browser tab as shown in the screen shot below: If you have multiple accounts from the same provider i.e.
You might also need to access your email from different locations and on several devices.
There are various ways that Joe can manage and accesses these accounts.
Look at their stuff closely and you should conclude that the typical Domino server workload is a pretty good fit for the Ultra SPARC T1 - high on I/O, heavy on context switching, naturally multi-threaded, and low on floating point demand.